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na­tional a capella cham­pi­ons.

They nat­u­rally jump at a chance to sing for the troops abroad at a USO show, cour­tesy of some strings pulled by Aubrey’s fa­ther who is a high-rank­ing gen­eral, whom she barely gets to see.

They find other groups will be per­form­ing as well, in­clud­ing the bitchy Ever­moist (led by one­ex­pres­sion won­der Ruby Rose).

And one of the groups will be picked by DJ Khaled (who plays him­self) to open for his up­com­ing tour.

How­ever, try as they might, the girls just end up caus­ing may­hem, and Fat Amy dis­cov­ers that her crim­i­nal fa­ther (Lith­gow), who says he wants to rec­on­cile with her,

Anna Ken­drick, Rebel Wil­son and John Lith­gow Di­rec­tor: Tr­ish Sie E-Value: 6 Act­ing: 5 Plot: 4

ac­tu­ally has ul­te­rior mo­tives.

Throw in lots of singing, and the forced pres­ence of two med i a com­men­ta­tors, John and Gail (played by Michael Hig­gins and El­iz­a­beth Banks who also ap­peared in the ear­lier films and were ac­tu­ally hi­lar­i­ous in them), and you get this hodge-podge of a movie about mov­ing for­ward in life.

Ul­ti­mately, it is a fun pop­corn film and has its fans. If you are not fussy, you will en­joy it.

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